Definitions

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  • adjective Not repenting.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ repenting

Examples

  • We do not feel USF would leave another professor in this situation, and for this reason, we feel that Grubacic is being targeted for his 'unrepenting' belief in anarchism.

    Indybay newswire

  • Ranging from the middlebrow to the highbrow with unrepenting dips into the lowbrow, Hornby's dispatches from his nightstand table serve as useful guides to contemporary letters, with revelations on contemporary culture, the intellectual scene, and English football, in equal measure.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Ranging from the middlebrow to the highbrow with unrepenting dips into the lowbrow, Hornby's dispatches from his nightstand table serve as useful guides to contemporary letters, with revelations on contemporary culture, the intellectual scene, and English football, in equal measure.

    Mini Review: Housekeeping vs The Dirt

  • From him it shuts out life, and all the motives to unrepenting hardihood in that last hour, which its mere sight and presence is often all - sufficient to sustain.

    American Notes for General Circulation

  • What's the big idea with the blatant and unrepenting exercise of juridical power over my blogular freedoms, then, huh?

    Random Bullets of Information Ranging from Crap to Non-Crap. In No Particular Order

  • What's the big idea with the blatant and unrepenting exercise of juridical power over my blogular freedoms, then, huh?

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • His good-humoured selfishness, his dogged sort of independence, his unrepenting sensuality, it seemed to Connie she could see them all in his well-knit straight thighs.

    Lady Chatterley's Lover

  • That he might proclaim the whole truth, and leave his unrepenting hearers without excuse, the Lord proceeded then and there to demand of them, "Did ye never read in the Scriptures, The stone which the builders rejected, the same is become the head of the corner?"

    The Parables of Our Lord

  • The unchanged, unrepenting hierarchy of Rome, successor not of Peter the apostle, but of Saul the persecutor, does yet all that it can and dare to treat spitefully and slay those servants of the king who invite them and the world to the marriage-supper of the

    The Parables of Our Lord

  • If you have lived unrepenting, unforgiven, unchanged; if with your whole heart and habits you have departed from the living God, and not returned to him through the Mediator, -- will all be atoned for and made up by the single fact that to all your other sins you did not add the cant of a hypocrite?

    The Parables of Our Lord

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